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Harley Merlin and the First Ritual

Harley Merlin, Book 4
Autor: Bella Forrest
Sprecher: Amanda Ronconi
Serie: Harley Merlin Series, Titel 4
Spieldauer: 13 Std. und 27 Min.
Kategorien: Liebesromane, Paranormal
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Five rituals to control Chaos. That’s all it takes.

Now that Harley knows her enemy’s grand plan - to become a godlike Child of Chaos and punish those deemed “unworthy” - she’s got to figure out what the heck to do about it. Many of the missing magicals are still out there, and Katherine has vowed to kill everyone Harley cares about and make her watch.

So that’s fun.

Just when it seems like things can’t get much worse, one of the most precious monsters of the Bestiary escapes, and Harley is sure that Katherine has her dirty hands involved. But that crazy witch had better be ready because Harley has finally figured out a way to unleash her powers - although the cost might not be worth it.

Astrid, a human living amongst magicals, is just as determined to thwart Katherine’s schemes. At the same time, her budding romance with the Coven’s trademark bad boy has earned her father’s disapproval, and it seems like betrayal is lurking around the corner....

©2018 Bella Forrest (P)2019 Bella Forrest

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Harry Potter it isn't!

Way too American, way too creationistic!
It's an insult to compare this series to Harry Potter. "United covens of America"/ "Father of the free magicals"? And a stupid "heroine" who cannot see what's right in front of her.
Plus those "chaos rules" ideas are way too creationistic!!!!!